By: Jessica L. Estes, Esq.
Medicaid* can be a scary topic. Not only are there are a lot of myths about Medicaid, but if you are considering applying for it, a crisis has occurred. 523 more words
Earlier this month, I taught a CLE seminar for the Probate & Estate Planning Section of the Memphis Bar Association. The seminar was called “Collection After Death: Common Roadblocks and Strategies in Collection Before, After, and During Probate.” 262 more words
Medical professionals often question the extent to which their personal assets may be subjected to a malpractice claim. While the answer to this question varies significantly upon case specific circumstances, New Hampshire is one of several states that affords medical professionals (both New Hampshire residents and non-New Hampshire residents) methods for protecting assets from future creditors, including future malpractice claims. 502 more words
We depend on our incomes to pay for life’s necessities and to engage in our lifestyles. American workers use our earning power throughout the course of our working years in order to save for the future, enjoy the world around us, and to cover household and educational expenses, just to name a few of the many things our incomes are expected to do for us. 971 more words